The master returns with his most straightforward, meditative take on morality in years.
Articles by Clint Worthington
Jake Kasdan’s sequel lacks the charm and ingenuity of its predecessor.
A sugary showcase that just hurts your teeth after a while.
Knives Out director and star discuss the making of their old-fashioned whodunit.
“The more specific you make something, the more universal it is.”
As far as legal dramas go, though, it’s quite good.
Sparks fly, dogs kiss over noodles, you know the rest.
Even so, it’s probably best to finally terminate this franchise.
High school history teachers will love this one on rainy days.
Timothy Greenberg’s new comedy series will easily get lost in the Netflix shuffle.
Each episode, Vince Gilligan and co. offered up tiny movies before the main feature.
A rundown on the two Clown Princes of Crime to see who runs Gotham City.